“Volunteering was the best decision I could have made!” Learn about the experience of Luki, an Austrian boy who volunteered in Palermo.
Learn about the experience of Luca Girgenti, who participated in the second Inclusion Reloaded meeting in Sarajevo.
Learn the story of Irene and her Nivura – with the Sicilian black bee: one of three enterprises funded by the Innovagrowomed project.
Being grateful and flexible are two skills I have gained in Palermo.
I developed here the most important personal skills that I will need in the future and realized that helping people without expecting anything in return really improves my mental health.
InnovAgroWoMed accompanies women in their growth in agri-food entrepreneurship: Alice Quattrocchi shares how the idea of A’Naca.
InnovAgroWoMed accompanies women in their growth in agri-food entrepreneurship: Eleonora speaks about the creation of AgroMini.
“I was able to interact with people from different backgrounds and cultures. That allowed me to be more open-minded, patient and aware of some difficult situations that people can have”. Discover Camille’s volunteering experience within Sharing Solidarity!
Evelyn tells us about her volunteer experience and how she overcame language and cultural barriers.
Working with people from different social and ethnic groups makes us learn and become more flexible: find out about Anna’s volunteer experience with CESIE.
Volunteering is often a wonderful opportunity for personal growth. Raquel tells us how she learned to be more independent and courageous through Palermo’s multicultural environment.
‘Mapping Solidarity’ showed me how grateful you can feel, and how much you can learn and value life, by helping others.
Anna spent two months volunteering in Palermo. Here is what she learnt during her ESC experience.
Abigail shares about her EVS experience with Mapping Solidarity from Transylvania to Sicily.
‘The hottest part of the summer spent in Palermo gave me a unique experience of many different cultures”.